The release of the highly anticipated #Video Game Compilation, “Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy,” is now just a month away. The hype for the upcoming title for the PlayStation 4 is now reaching “N. Sane” levels as Activision and Vicarious Visions continually unveil new gameplay footage and teasers. However, new reports are suggested that the game’s developers may be looking to bring back other titles in the franchise, which may see the return of games such as “Crash Team Racing.”

Building up the hype

For the past several weeks, several snippets and new footage have been released for the upcoming video game compilation. Now, a new video has just been posted by PlayStation Underground.

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The 25-minute long gameplay trailer showcases the many graphical changes coming to the remastered games.

The “Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy” compilation includes the remastered versions of the franchise’s first three titles, namely “Crash Bandicoot,” “Cortex Strikes Back,” and “Warped.” The recently released gameplay trailer showcases the third title in the series. All games will include wide stage improvements along with high definition 4K resolution support and remastered audio.

Future 'Crash' titles

In a recent interview with Vicarious Visions’ Kara Massie, it was revealed that the studio may be looking to bring other titles in the series to modern consoles. Massie specifically mentioned that the likelihood of those titles being brought back will depend on how well the upcoming trilogy will be received by players after it is released.

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Given the fact that the upcoming game already has a huge following before it has even been released, another “Crash” remaster may be happening. As of the moment, the most requested title is the studio’s “Crash Team Racing” kart racing video game.

Racing Nostalgia

“Crash Team Racing” is arguably one of the most popular titles in the “Crash Bandicoot” series. The kart racing video game, which was developed by Naughty Dog for the PlayStation, was released back in 1999. It contained similar elements with Nintendo’s “Mario Kart” video games including wacky stages and game-changing power-ups. Due to its popularity, the game even spawned a sequel called “Crash Nitro Kart,” which was released a few years later.

“Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy” is scheduled to be released for the PlayStation 4 on June 30. If the title does well in the market, then the studio may be more than willing to remaster other titles for the new console as well.